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The Love Island talent show returned on Monday (March 6) and the islanders are buzzing over one of their favourite nights in the villa.
As they head back inside, Tom takes to the sofas and sings another chorus before everyone joins in.
The following morning, the islanders reflect on the night as Jessie says: “I reckon that was one of the funnest nights in the Villa.”
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“I think that was one of my favourite nights," agrees Lana.
Catching up with the boys, Casey tells them: “I wish I could do it all again… ending on Tom’s singing, that was the best one to end on, everyone singing together, I got goosebumps.”
Tom adds: “That’s what it’s all about, they’re the times you remember for the rest of your life.”
Later, the couples go head to head in a challenge, Cocktail Shake-up which sees the Islanders work with partners to fill up giant cocktail glasses.
The girls are tasked with making their way down a slip and slide with a tray of empty glasses on their heads, while the boys aim to get as much liquid into their partners glasses as possible.
The girls then must make their way back, trying not to spill anything.
It's then the boys' turn and the competition heats up as Will playfully tackles Tom and says: "My technique was: Make sure Tom loses!"
As evening falls, the girls gather around the mini fire pit and Lana asks: “Does anyone feel like they are close to saying the three words?”
Tanya tells the girls: "Shaq is my boyfriend in my head but whenever he asks me it needs to be extravagant, I’m very extra, I need a parade, fireworks.”
Meanwhile, over at the fire pit Tom says to the boys: “Imagine some of us get married and have kids?”
Will and Jessie also speak about the future as the farmer asks: “We are going to see each other all the time aren’t we? Are we going to move in together?”
Elsewhere, Sanam asks Kai: “What do you think it’s going to look like when we come out of here? as he replies: "I think you’re going to end up being my girlfriend.”
As the islanders get candid about their future, their mood is disrupted by a text.
As the couples gather around the firepit, they learn the public have been voting and some of them are now at risk of being dumped.
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